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SBU claims Russia was behind NotPetya

So does ESET, which reckons the malware spread better than its authors expected

In after-hours trade on Monday, NYSE deployed test code to production

Wallow in my DevOps holiday

Medicare data leaks, but who was breached?

We care about your privacy...

Happy 4th of July: Norks tests another missile

Emergency security talks in Japan, South Korea

GnuPG crypto library cracked, look for patches

Boffins bust libgcrypt via side-channel

Constant work makes the kilo walk the Planck

Massive news

SpaceX halts Intelsat 35e launch twice in a row

Rocket and payload just fine, try again tomorrow

Extreme trainspotting on Britain's highest (and windiest) railway

Geek's Guide to BritainTibet? Pah! A £20m ride puts the Highlands at your feet

For all the chaos it sows, fewer than 1% of threats are actually ransomware

It does a pretty good job of ruining everything

Mighty Tsinghua crew crushes their cluster rivals in Frankfurt

HPC BlogAfter winning Asian contest, can they make it a hat-trick in Denver?

Purdue and NEU coalition breaks HPCG benchmark record

HPC BlogAnother highlight from ISC17 in Frankfurt

FTC approves Broadcom Brocade buy – if Cisco switch tech is walled off

Both go to Broadcom for their ASIC chips

Why, Robot? Understanding AI ethics

Maybe we're headed for a robo-pocalpse, but let's deal with these other problems first, eh?

Toshiba files motion to have WDC memory sale injunction thrown out

This joint venture could be described as strained at best

Automobile Association under fire for car-crash handling of data breach

Motoring org denies sensitive information was exposed

One thought equivalent to less than a single proton in mass

Reg Standards BureauFraction required to equal one Katie Hopkins column still unknown

Samsung ploughing billions into boosting memory production

IoT, AI and car tech driving demand for chips

Bonkers call to boycott Raspberry Pi Foundation over 'gay agenda'

This week, in crappy online petition land...

Imagination: Apple relations still rotten but, hey, losses have shrunk

Brit chip designer opens up on annus horribilis

Approaches to building the enterprise cloud

Sysadmin blogOk, we are going to say that 'agility' word

Minister says Oz Medicare breach was crims, not hackers

Well, that's all right then

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